The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (“AEP”) begins October 15th and continues until December 7th. If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Part C plan or a Medicare Prescription Part D plan, you can review your plan options during AEP and make any necessary changes to your coverage. Any changes you make during AEP are […]
Often times the most confusing component of Medicare for people to fully comprehend is Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. Medicare Part D works rather different from prescription drug coverage provided through most job-based or affordable care act health insurance plans. Here are the four phases of Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage that you […]
The answers varies and depends on employment status and other benefits …
How your AIME determines your Social Security benefit payment.
It’s good to know the difference as it pertains to your Long Term Care policy.
Contrary to most American’s thinking, high percentages of seniors will need some form of long term care.
A large percentage of Americans over age 65 will need some for of long term care, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
This legislation affects a consumer’s ability to enroll in MediGap Plans C and F …
Also known as Medicare Supplement plans, there are two rating methologies …
You can change your residence outside of Medicare open enrollment for certain plans.